ABC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 14, 1974
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(Studio) Attorney General William Saxbe remarks FBI would rescue Patricia Hearst if they knew her location. Saxbe later corrects statement; nothing to be done if Miss Hearst's life jeopardized. In California, Randolph Hearst upset by Saxbe's proposals.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner
(San Francisco, California) [HEARST - doesn't think Attorney General should have opinion. Saxbe's statement antagonistic and irresponsible.] Many sympathy letters with checks to help pay ransom reach Hearst family. Coalition of welfare groups agree to act as negotiator. [Reverend Cecil WILLIAMS - insists welfare groups don't condone terrorist activities.] Reporters and Hearst family await kidnappers next move.
REPORTER: Dick Shoemaker
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